Period due, got cramps on second day of not taking pill, but no bleeding?
I'm on the pill. I doubled up last month and then added on an extra week from a pack- had a special occasion. I had my period that week. This month it was just the normal 3 weeks. I stopped taking the pill on Sunday and it's Tuesday today and I have a bit of a sore stomach but no bleeding just yet (just discharge a very little). I've never missed a pill. However, I have been feeling sick the past few days (maybe a week)...it might be down to stress as i've been suffering from anxiety recently. I'm just a little worried as I've been feeling sick and exhasted..and I hope its nothing to do with me doubling a pack then taking an extra week. What do you think? Do you think I should take a test?
Thanks in advance :)
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